Co-living developments have become increasingly common in the UK, with a number of new entrants into the market in recent times, as well as a number of other businesses looking to move into this area. This follows a recent trend for a greater number and range of co-working developments in London.

In this month’s issue of Real Estate GazetteMatt Davies and Israel Country Group partner Paul Jayson highlight potential issues that need to be considered when undertaking co-living developments, including issues relating to real estate, planning law and tax.

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